A couple of weeks ago I've had 3 different long cranks with an interval of 200-300miles..
So basically there's no pattern.. It stopped doing the long crank last week and it's been 600miles now since the last long crank that I had..
I took it to the dealer yesterday(that's the only time I have) and the indicated
Fault 2FBF PRESENT. Following Diagnosis as per SIB 11 55 06,
Vehicle REQUIRES PROGRAMMING. PROGRAMMING NOT POSSIBLE DUE TO AFTERMARKET EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION.
- The aftermarket installation that they're refering to is the Pioneer Z110 stereo that I have. My SA mentioned that it requires the original stock stereo for them to perform the software update. I have the stock stereo but it's just hidden under my compartment.
My questions are:
- What does the SIB 11 55 06 contain? Does anyone have a copy of it?
- Does it really require the stock stereo to be present in order to perform the upgrade?
- I'm not sure what version I'm in right now but do I have to have the upgrade installed? I'm already in 49,400mi...
Anyone help? I'll open up a thread if I don't get an answer around...
Thanks in advance...
Last edited by punky8d; 03-23-2010 at 03:49 PM.